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1985 Hunter 28.5 Sailboat

End Time:8/26/2014 11:30
Sold Price:$5,900
Listing Format:Chinese
Location:Hilton Head Island, South Carolina (29926)
For Sale By:Private Seller


Year:1985Fuel Type:Diesel
Make:HunterEngine Make:2GMF Yanmar Diesel
Model:Hunter 28.5Engine Model:
Length:28.5Engine Type:Inboard
Beam:10.2Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Sailboat


Gypsy: The interior of this boat has been restored to like new condition. The cushions are original, green tweed with additional throw pillows. The head has a new toilet, and faucet set with a new teak shower floor. There is slight damage to the aft, above the water line to the gel coat. Does not leak or affect the sailing of the boat. The interior flooring is new teak and holly. Full Specs: Engine Brand: Yanmar, Engine Model: 2GMF, Engine Type: Inboard, Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel, Drive Type: Direct Drive, Engine Power: 18 HP, Prop 2 years old, Tanks: Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (27 Gallons), Fuel Tanks: 1 (12 Gallons), Holding Tanks: 1 (10 Gallons), Electronics: Radio - Dual AM/FM/MP3, 4 speakers, Depthsounder - Garmin Echo 150 Fishfinder, Compass, Plotter - Garmin GPS Map 541, VHF - Standard Horizon Quest, TV set - Sylvania 19" Flatscreen with DVD Player, Sails: Battened mainsail - Spare Laminated Mainsail, Furling genoa - 120% with Furlex Furler newly rebuilt, Inside Equipment: Hot water new 11 gal, Marine head - Manual Jabsco with new plumbing and holding tank with macerator pump, Battery charger new, Electric bilge pump new, Electrical Equipment: Shore power inlet and 50ft 30amp cord, Outside Equipment/Extras: Cockpit cushions, Swimming ladder, Covers: Spray hood, Lazyjacks. Dimensions: LOA: 28 ft 5 in, Beam: 10 ft 6 in, Minimum Draft: 5 ft 2 in, Displacement: 7000 lbs, Ballast: 3000 lbs, Headroom: 6 ft 2 in. June 2012 Survey available on request.


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